March 2, 2020 •
Hawaii State Office Tower Strengthens Security
The Campaign Spending Commission released a statement indicating that the State Office Tower will have a security guard stationed in the lobby.
This will begin March 2 due to heightened security measures.
All visitors to the building must sign in and out with the security guard and will be asked to provide a photo ID.
Additionally, all visitors will be issued a visitor pass at check-in, which must be returned to the security guard at check-out.
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